Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2020: How to watch livestream, expected specs and more
Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event will begin in a few hours. Here’s how you can watch the event live in India.
Samsung has a big event coming up later today. It's the company's annual Galaxy S series launch where three new phones are expected. The highlight of the event however could be Samsung's foldable phone, Galaxy Z Flip. More products like Galaxy Buds+ are expected at the event.
Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event is scheduled to start at 11:00 am PST in San Francisco, California. The Galaxy S20 launch event will be live streamed through Samsung's official YouTube channel. In India, interested users can watch the event live at 12:30 am IST through this link. Alternatively, users can also follow Samsung's social channels for updates.
Samsung's upcoming products have been leaked multiple times over the past few weeks. We've seen leaked renders, specifications and rumours of the Galaxy S20 phones. Samsung has also 'accidentally' leaked its own products a few times. In addition to the Galaxy S20 series, we've also seen the Galaxy Z Flip and the Galaxy Buds+. There's really not much left to know about Samsung's new products.
The Galaxy S20 series will feature three phones namely Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra. The Galaxy Z Flip will be Samsung's second foldable phone but with a different clamshell design. As the name suggests, the Galaxy Buds+ will be the successor to Galaxy Buds. Samsung could also take the event to unveil its Galaxy Home Mini smart speaker.
Samsung is launching three Galaxy S series phones this time as well. But unlike last year, there's no affordable 'e' variant. Instead, the company will introduce Galaxy S20 Ultra which will be the high-end variant in the series. Galaxy S20 Ultra will offer better cameras, bigger battery and a slightly different as well. It will however share some common features with its siblings. The Galaxy S20 Ultra is highly expected to feature a 108-megapixel camera on a quad-camera setup.
Samsung will also launch 5G variants of the Galaxy S20. All three Galaxy S20 models are expected to come with 5G support. The lineup will also have 4G models of the Galaxy S20. In terms of design. the Galaxy S20 phones have been leaked with an Infinity-O display which is a punch-hole camera at the centre. The rear camera design will also be different from last year's Galaxy S10. This year, the rear cameras will be placed vertically on the left corner. On the Galaxy S20 Ultra, one can expect a huge camera module.